The enterprising philanthropist
Business leader Jay Hennick runs a global corporation providing commercial real estate brokerage and property management services. He also finds time to support many charitable causes in education and health care.
Alumnus Marc-André Bernier was one of the first people to see HMS Erebus, one of two Franklin expedition ships that have been missing for 170 years.
The Adaptable Dragon
Former Dragon Gaétan Frigon took the road less travelled to success.
Planning for disaster
When Mother Nature wreaks havoc, people like Aaida Mamuji (PhD Social Sciences, ’14) step in to help make sense out of the chaos.
Power for the poorest
Alumna Marilyn Smith is using independent reporting and video-recording skills to shine a light on those who cannot access electricity, heat and fuel.
A charitable home
Dr. Don Kilby (MD ʼ77) talks about how his interest in treating patients with HIV and uOttawa hosting the Les Jeux de la Francophonie in 2001 led to the birth of a new charity.
Four years ago, former Olympic equestrian athlete Claire Smith earned a PhD in education. Quite an achievement considering that she had sustained a severe traumatic brain injury in 1997.
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